The cowboy and the Queen who bonded over horses

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A cowboy from California will sit alongside heads of state at Queen Elizabeth II's funeral on Monday.
Monty Roberts' unique method of training horses impressed the Queen and formed the basis of a decades-long friendship.
In 2011, she made Monty an honorary Member of the Royal Victorian Order, an honour bestowed on people who have served the Queen or the monarchy in a personal way.
Produced by the BBC's Regan Morris and Chuck Tayman
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